Dr. José Martín Hurtado Galves is originally from Querétaro, Qro. Mexico. Renowned historian, philosopher and writer from Queretaro, he is Associate Researcher of the Academic Society of Historians, and Associate Academician of the Mexican Academy of Modern Literature since 2007. In 2013 he received the Doctorate Honoris Causa from the Latin American Academy of Modern Literature. In January 2014, he assumes the position of President of the Mexican Academy of Modern Literature. His academic preparation is as follows: Professor Normalista, by the Normal School of the State of Querétaro (ENEQ). Bachelor of Social Sciences, by the Normal Superior School of Querétaro (ENSQ). Bachelor and Master in Philosophy from the Autonomous University of Querétaro (UAQ). Doctor of Education, specializing in Pedagogical Theory, Hermeneutics and Multiculturalism, by the National Pedagogical University (UPN). He has studied several diploma courses in literature, art and culture at the Autonomous University of Querétaro. He is a graduate of the Writers School of Querétaro. He works as a Professor-Researcher of the Normal School of Querétaro, commissioned by the Researcher of the Historical Archive of the State of Querétaro. As a teacher, he teaches master's and doctoral classes. He is an associate member of the Cervantina Mundial Network, since 2006; of the Academic Society of Historians, since 2007; of Fomento Queretano for Reading, A.C., since 2008; of the Queretano Center of Literary Authors, A.C., since 2009; of the Normalist Community for Historical Education (CONEHI), since 2009; and of the Mexican Society of Educational Historians, since 2011. He has coordinated and published historical and linguistic research with academics and researchers of higher education in Cuba, France, Spain, Peru and Mexico. He has participated as a speaker in more than forty congresses of History and Education at national and international level.